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CentoOS 7 Samba Share USB NTFS

Cannot seem to find an answer which includes all of the specifics of my situation. I followed instructions in Sharing a mounted drive with samba on CentOS7, but still have a problem. I have CentOS 7 ...
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Are these SELinux messages suggestive of intrusion?

In the CentOS7 GUI, I have been seeing a smattering of messages such as: SELinux is preventing /usr/bin/smbd from getattr on the file ___. The files are for instance: /etc/default/grub /etc/rc.d/...
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Sharing a mounted drive with samba on CentOS7

CentOS 7, samba issue: 0 Files/Folders when trying to share USB drive with EXT4 file system. Samba Configuration file: [global] workgroup = WORKGROUP server string = Samba Server %v netbios name = ...
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Sharing / (root) Linux directory with Samba, CentOS 7

I'm using CentOS 7! I want to know if is possible share root / Linux directory. In root mode: # kwrite /etc/samba/smb.conf Here the line contents [global] workgroup = MyGroup server string = ...
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SELinux restorecon

I am trying to export a Samba share and changing its SELinux fcontext to 'samba_share_t'. However in the guide that I follow after changing the fcontext, I need to run 'restorecon' over the exported ...
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Samba local master browser cannot be found via broadcast

I have a Samba server (CentOS 6.5, Samba 3.6.9) that acts as a local master browser for a workgroup. I issued $ setenforce 0 $ service iptables stop to disable SELinux and get rid of the firewall. ...
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Prevent creating directories but allow creating files

I have a directory shared through Samba. I want users to be able to create/modify/delete files but not create/erase directories. I haven't found a way to do it. Maybe with SELinux? But how?
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SELinux Write access for vsftpd and samba

This should be easy enough I think, but I'm new to SELinux. I have a CentOS 6 file server. I have some LVM file systems at /var/media and I want to use both Samba and FTP to share them with a Windows ...
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SELinux and samba

I have to set SELinux setenforce Permissive in order to give access to my samba share. I wonder if there is proper way to configure SELinux policy for fedora 17 as good admins do.
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How to configure SELinux using samba? Scientific Linux?

when I'm trying to mount a read-only samba share, then I get this messages on the samba server (and timeout on client side) Nov 5 18:45:49 localhost kernel: type=1400 audit(1352137549.469:17): avc: ...